Protect Your Patients and ASC with These Infection Prevention Sessions at ASCA 2018
How effective is your ASC’s infection prevention program? Should you be doing more to keep your patients infection-free and your ASC compliant? Find out at in Boston—where you can attend two full days of IP sessions aimed at helping you target an infection rate of zero this year. These courses also provide many of the continuing education credits in infection prevention needed to qualify for the new Certified Ambulatory Infection Preventionist (CAIP)™ exam, which will be offered for the first time this October.
Don’t Miss the New Advanced Sessions at ASCA 2018
Get even more valuable ASC education at ASCA 2018. This year, ASCA’s annual meeting will offer 17 new advanced sessions on topics such as strategic planning, cyber security, complying with the latest federal regulations, crossing the generational divide, financial benchmarking and more. The advanced sessions—which are denoted in the schedule by a red “A”—are designed for ASC employees who feel they have the basics in their respective fields covered and are looking to improve their skills. Check out the full schedule, then register for ASCA 2018 today!
Get the Latest Regulatory Updates at ASCA 2018
ASCA 2018 is your opportunity to hear directly from industry leaders about the latest regulatory news affecting your ASC. ASCA’s annual meeting brings together thousands of ASC professionals and industry experts from around the country, giving you the opportunity to share ideas, discuss best practices and explore new ways to improve and grow your ASC. This year’s meeting also features more than 60 educational seminars, an exhibit hall with 200+ vendors and countless networking opportunities. Register today!
Improve Your ASC’s Infection Prevention Program at ASCA 2018
Make sure your infection prevention program keeps your patients safe and your ASC Medicare compliant. Get the resources and education you need at ASCA 2018, April 11–14 in Boston, Massachusetts. ASCA’s annual meeting offers two full days of infection prevention sessions on topics such as the infection preventionist’s role in an ASC, performing an infection prevention risk assessment, using Medicare’s ASC infection control worksheet to drive improvement, endoscope reprocessing and more. Register today!
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